Gregg Allman will return to the road this winter for a string of dates across the South, starting with two New Year’s Eve shows in Savannah, Georgia.
On December 30th and 31st, the musician will play Savannah’s Lucas Theatre for the Arts and then kick off a seven-city trek with two nights at the Georgia Theatre in Athens, Georgia January 3rd and 4th. Allman’s tour will include stops in cities like Biloxi, Mississippi, Birmingham, Alabama and Chattanooga, Tennessee before wrapping with a four-night stand at the Grand Opera House in the rocker’s hometown of Macon, Georgia January 17th through 21st. Ticket information is available on Allman’s website.
Allman will be joined on the road by guitarist Scott Sharrard, keyboardist Peter Levin, drummer Steve Potts, bassist Brett Bass, saxophonists Jay Collins and Art Edmaiston, trumpeter Marc Franklin and percussionist Marc Quinones.
Prior to his January tour, Allman will play 10 nights at City Winery in New York City November 6th through 18th. Tickets are still available via City Winery.
In August, Allman was forced to cancel 28 shows due to “serious health issues.” The musician, however, was able to return to the stage in September for an acoustic set at Red Rocks in Colorado and played a full band set at his Laid Back Festival in Atlanta last weekend.
Gregg Allman Tour Dates
December 30 – Savannah, GA @ Lucas Theatre For The Arts
December 31 – Savannah, GA @ Lucas Theatre For The Arts
January 3 – Athens, GA @ Georgia Theatre
January 4 – Athens, GA @ Georgia Theatre
January 6 – Biloxi, MS @ Beau Rivage Casino
January 7 – Lake Charles, LA @ Golden Nugget Lake Charles
January 10 – Birmingham, AL @ Iron City
January 11 – Birmingham, AL @ Iron City
January 13 – Robinsonville, MS @ Horseshoe Tunica Hotel & Casino
January 14 – Chattanooga, TN @ Tivoli Theatre
January 17 – Macon, GA @ The Grand Opera House
January 18 – Macon, GA @ The Grand Opera House
January 20 – Macon, GA @ The Grand Opera House
January 21 – Macon, GA @ The Grand Opera House